Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen is expected to be back in Milan next week, where he will undergo further medical tests that will shed light on his future.
This according to UK broadcaster Sky Sport, who report that the Dane will travel from Denmark to be with the team in Milan where the Nerazzurri medical staff will examine him and gain insight about whether or not he will be able to return to the pitch for Inter.
The 29-year-old is unlikely to make a return for at least six months after suffering a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark at the Euros, but the question that remains is whether he will be able to play for the Nerazzurri again at all.
Club doctors will examine whether or not the ICD (Implantable Cardioverter Defibrulator) which the Dane is currently fitted with will be required on a permanent basis or whether it can eventually be removed, with the player set to be prohibited from appearing on a football pitch in Italy due to Italian FA health and safety regulations if the former turns out to be the case.
In the meantime, the Inter midfielder will meet up with his teammates and the Nerazzurri staff, having been away since his health emergency and subsequent recovery time.